Cassette Tape to USB Converter

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The Cassette Tape to USB Converter is a fantastic device that allows you to transfer all of your favorite vintage and classic music from tape to MP3 format!

Never go out and find the audio editor to record again, you are the expert with this converter. Converting speed can't be adjusted, which is same as the speed of playing tape.

Features

  • Convenient: Converting cassette/tape to MP3 format into thumb drive automatically without any other device
  • Multifunctional Converter: It can be used as a walkman and listening to the cassette/tape with headphone, speaker, and car stereo. Plug the 3.55mm AUX jack into the converter and enjoy!
  • Easy to Operate: Two modes for converting cassette/tape to MP3: Manual Mode / Auto Mode.
  • Special Notes:
    • This device has a playback function for easily checking a recorded file. It may cause some trouble with the NTFS format of the thumb drive.
    • Recommended format of Thumb/Flash Drive, USB Disk: FAT, FAT32, exFAT.
    • Attention: It records only when the tape is playing.
    • Copy the music on tape directly to a USB flash drive in MP3 format, no computer required.

Specifications

  • Color: Silver black
  • Size: 15.5 x 11.5 x 4cm
  • material: Plastic
  • Power Supply: 2 x AA Battery(not included), or by 5V DC USB Power
  • Working Time: 2hrs
  • Audio Channel: Stereo L/R
  • Bit Rate: 128Kbps

Package contents

  • 1 x Cassette Tape To USB Converter
  • 1 x USB Cable
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Earphone

Customer Reviews

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Beulah Reeves

Now can play everything through one time and record for MP3. It is amazing how this very old technology still works, but after going through 20 tapes I was reminded why this medium isn't used anymore.
When you are only going to get a single good play through on a brand new tape from 20 years ago, its best to have this type of device to record it perfectly the first time.
Read the instructions over and over, then read them again. Its not super complicated, unless you need the complicated features.
Straight playback and record is easy and works very well.

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Anita Vega

I had several ( a lot actually) of old cassette tapes that I wanted to convert to digital files. This little device did the job. And you can use it as a cassette player. As to how long it will work/last, only time will tell.

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Dawn Greene

I had some old cassette tapes of my Dad playing the organ that were 40 years old. I had gotten rid of all my cassette players, because we no longer used them. I wasn't expecting great results because of the age of the tapes, but I was pleasantly surprised, not only was the process very easy use, but the quaslity was amazing!

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Archie Martinez

Used the machine in auto mode to copy 247 songs from cassette tapes onto a flash drive. The machine successfully recognized the pause between songs to make separate files for the individual songs. It also copied the songs from both sides of the tape without me having to remove and flip the cassette over to the other side. Am very happy to have the songs available to listen to in our vehicle. Just have to figure out which file number (of 247) goes with which song. A great little machine that now will allow me get rid of a large, old boom box and speakers that I kept just to be able to play my tapes.

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Wade Roy

with recordings of family members voices I wanted to convert if possible. This device worked perfectly. My only problem was the old tape breaking and that was to be expected as old as it was.

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
80%
(16)
20%
(4)
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(0)
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(0)
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Beulah Reeves

Now can play everything through one time and record for MP3. It is amazing how this very old technology still works, but after going through 20 tapes I was reminded why this medium isn't used anymore.
When you are only going to get a single good play through on a brand new tape from 20 years ago, its best to have this type of device to record it perfectly the first time.
Read the instructions over and over, then read them again. Its not super complicated, unless you need the complicated features.
Straight playback and record is easy and works very well.

A
Anita Vega

I had several ( a lot actually) of old cassette tapes that I wanted to convert to digital files. This little device did the job. And you can use it as a cassette player. As to how long it will work/last, only time will tell.

D
Dawn Greene

I had some old cassette tapes of my Dad playing the organ that were 40 years old. I had gotten rid of all my cassette players, because we no longer used them. I wasn't expecting great results because of the age of the tapes, but I was pleasantly surprised, not only was the process very easy use, but the quaslity was amazing!

A
Archie Martinez

Used the machine in auto mode to copy 247 songs from cassette tapes onto a flash drive. The machine successfully recognized the pause between songs to make separate files for the individual songs. It also copied the songs from both sides of the tape without me having to remove and flip the cassette over to the other side. Am very happy to have the songs available to listen to in our vehicle. Just have to figure out which file number (of 247) goes with which song. A great little machine that now will allow me get rid of a large, old boom box and speakers that I kept just to be able to play my tapes.

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Wade Roy

with recordings of family members voices I wanted to convert if possible. This device worked perfectly. My only problem was the old tape breaking and that was to be expected as old as it was.